Show us your biggest GT

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caught this GT at the fenton patches on a really dark humid night in October
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GT Montes 2012.JPG
Monte Bello's GT - Caught on a Stella 5000 PE4 line - put me through 40 minutes of hell!
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Brassy trevally went 93cm to the fork. Good fun on barra gear in 8ft of water
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Some of my better ones.
I stock a wide range of Top Water gear for GT's, big macks and more.
Based in Darwin, Check out Northern Topwater Tackle.

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Pull a few more of those out and you could counter AGW sea level rise :mrgreen:
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My 12 year old's first GT last year. Nearly ripped him a new one and strecthed those skinny long arms I can tell you :D :D :D :D . Also a photo of the spot he got it.
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My Omani monster - 46KGs this fish broke me.
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MUNDITIS - ITS CONTAGIOUS
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Well done saltboy :mrgreen:

That Omani monster is insane, no wonder you broke!
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Got this one with the lads last weekend around coburg peninsula, went 116cm to the inner fork took two blokes to lift it> Scales on the lip grips went to 20kg which were then bent and broken :rofl:
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That was a cracker for sure - you guys brained the big fish!
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Well done bud . :applause:

Definitely is a good un also that mackie was a ripper too .. they are a worthy adversary at that size well done how long was the fight and what gear?

My sister got one in melville bay on her spin gear on 30 lb mono took an hour and we chased it all over the bay to land it . It went a bit over 1m she's well and truly over them after that torture test.

Sounds like a good trip nearly need to bring a chest freezer and genset for the haul tho...
Tight lines 'n' keep the shiny side up people.
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Theres a genset and chest freezer at the accomodation. We didnt bring much fish back though. What we did bring back was quality - trout, goldies, chrome barra fillets and a couple of spanyards. If you head up there book the log cabin it has a fridge and a small chest freezer.
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Not a GT but a brassey from Bynoe.
Caught on a gold bomber.
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Its not a crisis unless there is blood around.
If there is blood around......well its a police matter...
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Some top fish here lads. That GT is a freak G-Loomis!!
Its not a crisis unless there is blood around.
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Caught out near North Goulburn Island on a halo rooster popper last week. I couldn't fit my Boga grips around the bottom lip.
There are definitely some big fish out there, just a matter of using the right gear and techniques to target them.
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